More than eight decades later, the last Carocha was made today at the Volkswagen factory in Puebla, Mexico.
The Mexican factory of Volkswagen said farewell today to the last Beetle made in the world. More than eight decades later, the iconic car of the German brand came to an end.
The measure had already been announced last year and, according to the German construction company, the brand is not planning on investing on a substitute for the Beetle.
The last copy of the model created in 1935 left the factory today, with confetti and the phrase "thank you Beetle".
Having begun to be produced in series in 1938, the model served as base for diverse military vehicles during World War II. In addition to the various visual upgrades, the Beetle met a second life at the end of the year 1990, with the reissue of the model named New Beetle.